NUS Business School

15 Kent Ridge Drive, Mochtar Riady Building, 119245, Singapore

About NUS Business School

NUS Business School is a high-ranking business school that forms part of the National University of Singapore (NUS), in Singapore. In 2018, Times Higher Education ranked the business school as the best in Asia.

Established in 2002, its has its roots in 1961, when business administration began to be taught at NUS, which proceeded to grow into a faculty, which, through decades of growth and mergers, became its own business school.

Today the business school has about 2,700 undergraduates and about 830 postgraduate students, spread over six academic departments: analytics and operations; finance; management and organisation; marketing; and strategy and policy,

It also has six research centres: the Asia Accounting Research Centre; the Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy; the Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments; the Centre for Behavioral Economics; the Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations; and the China Business Centre.

Apart from its the degrees available solely from the school, it also offers double degree programmes with other high ranking universities across Asia, Europe and North America, such as Yale School of Management, UCLA Anderson School of Management, and HEC Paris.

The full-time NUS MBA takes place over 17 months, and is preceded by a five-day "boot camp" – a preliminary warm-up session focusing on communication.

The management practicum programme in experiential learning puts students in teams alongside company representatives under the supervision of a faculty, providing learning in real business scenarios across 12 different industries with 120 companies, in fields such as hospitality, tourism, banking and more.